April 23, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Town Of Putnam Valley Holding "Pride Day"

On Saturday, May 3rd and Sunday, May 4th, Putnam Valley Town residents are requested to pick up roadside and waterfront litter on Town Pride Days. More...

Village of Brewster Quits Contract with County Sheriff

County runs through Code Orange funds

The Village of Brewster is the latest Putnam County village to struggle with the question of how much police protection it can afford. More...

Governor Pataki Announces Selection Of Beacon As Site For New York’s Rivers And Estuaries Center On Hudson

Governor Pataki announced on Monday the selection of the City of Beacon as the future home of the Rivers and Estuaries Center on the Hudson, a world class institute for the study of rivers and estuaries. More...

Putnam Valley Library Fund Presents Check To Library

John A. Layman, Chairman of the Putnam Valley Library Fund, Inc. presented a check for $1,300 to the Library Board Of Trustees President Gina Dinapoli and Treasurer George Olsen at the April 21, 2003 Board meeting. More...

 

Schools

Putnam Historical Society To Honor Students For Their Research Projects

On Thursday, April 24th at 7:30 pm the Putnam County Historical Society and Foundry School Museum will acknowledge the sixty-two Cold Spring and Garrison seventh-grade students who participated in the 2003 Jean Saunders History Competition. More...

Births

Jarett Dean Szysh

A son, Jarett Dean, was born on April 5, 2003 at Hudson Valley Hospital Center to parents Eileen and Ronald Szysh, Jr. of Hopewell Junction. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Edward W. Mancari

Edward W. Mancari, age 79 of Cold Spring, NY, died on Tuesday April 22, 2003 at the McClelland Home for Adults in Beacon, NY. More...

Alice Glick

Alice Glick, age 86 of Cold Spring, NY, died on Sunday April 20, 2003 at Hudson Valley Hospital Center in Cortlandt Manor, NY. More...

Lillian Townsend

Lillian Townsend, age 89 of Cold Spring, NY died on Sunday April 13, 2003 at the Field Home - Holy Comforter in Yorktown, NY. More...

Sports News

Haldane Baseball Off To Strong Start

Spring is here to stay. I hope I won More...

Green Chimneys Receives New Birds Of Prey

Christmas came early to Green Chimneys in Brewster with the donation of two gyr falcons, an augur buzzard and a common European buzzard. The birds were donated by Perry Knowlton of Andes, NY. More...

Hudson Valley Orienteering Coming To Harriman Park

There will be orienteering instruction and competition on May 11 at Camp Wakoda in Harriman State Park, off route 6. The Hudson Valley Orienteering Club will give instruction and set a beginner More...

Governors Budget Catastrophic to Public Health says Acting Health Department Director Molinari

Health Committee moves measure to obtain County ALS Certificate

"When I saw the Sheriff here earlier, I wanted to say, More...

Great River Sweep at Little Stony Point This Saturday

Scenic Hudson More...

Dads to Perform Benefit Concerts Sunday at the Depot Theatre

It all began with a good deed. Last October local families came to Cold Spring More...

Lions Club To Award Scholarship To Philipstown Student

For the 43rd consecutive year the Board of Directors of the Cold Spring Lions Club has voted to award a scholarship to a June 2003 Philipstown graduate of a secondary school. More...

Study Investigates Putnam Valley Growth Potential

PV receives A+ for controlled growth

At a special Putnam Valley Town Board work session held Monday, April 21st, Billy Crowder presented an analysis report that he and Victoria Colesanti prepared, at their own cost, regarding the "Residential Growth Potential In Putnam Valley. More...

Public Notice

The PV Town Board has scheduled a public hearing on the extension of the current building moratorium for Wed. May 30, 7 pm at PV Town Hall. More...

Focus on Philipstown

Letters to the Editor

Benefits Of Ag District Outweigh Home Rule Intrusion

It More...

Writer Agrees: Vulgarity, Intimidation Are Not Correct Way To Get A Point Across

Editor,

The 301 and 9D "Peace Vigils" of the sanctimonious. In a letter to PCN&R on April 2nd a Cold Spring resident called for a "Village forum for discussion on the war. More...

Embracing Every Tree

Dear Editor,

Putnam Valley More...

Briefly Noted

Garden Mart At PHC Auxiliary Country Fair Requesting Donations

"Spring has sprung..." and with it, thoughts turn to flowers and plants and greenery after the region More...

Free Anxiety Screenings To Be Offered At Putnam Hospital Center May 7

As part of its observance of National Anxiety Disorders Screening Day, Putnam Hospital Center More...

Governor Signs Volunteer Firefighters Assistance Act Into Law

Law will enhance emergency response efforts by volunteer fire companies across NY

Governor Pataki has signed the "Good Samaritan Volunteer Firefighters More...

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